Sunbed Tanning

Chicagoland’s best tanning beds

Achieve A Deep, Golden Bronze with UV Technology

We offer a full range of the latest, state-of-the-art indoor systems for the ultimate sunbed tanning experience.
  • Tanning beds designed for comfort and efficiency
  • Enhances the production of Vitamin D
  • Help treat skin disorders, like psoriasis and eczema
  • Reduce the risk of getting sunburn

Find Your Perfect Plan

Sunbed Tanning

Unlimited access to basic level sunbeds for only $24.99 a month.

One-time $20 activation fee. Cancel anytime after 15 days.

Sunbed Tanning

Unlimited access to advanced level sunbeds and booths for only $39.99 a month.

One-time $20 activation fee. Cancel anytime after 15 days.

Sunbed Tanning

Unlimited access to all levels of sunbeds and booths for only $64.99 a month.

One-time $20 activation fee. Cancel anytime after 15 days.

All Access
Sunbed Tanning

Unlimited access to all levels of sunbeds, sunless tanning, and red light therapy for only $89.99 a month.

One-time $20 activation fee. Cancel anytime after 15 days.

Sunbed Tanning FAQs

How should I prepare for my sunbed tan?

Always shower and exfoliate before your initial tan. We recommend moisturizing regularly leading up to your appointment, as hydrated skin will hold a better tan. Never use outdoor tanning lotion or oils in the beds. They are not designed for indoor tanning. If you have tattoos, apply SPF to your ink to prevent fading.

What can I wear during my session?

You can wear as much or as little as you’d like. Be mindful of sensitive areas that are not accustomed to sunlight. Remember to bring your protective eyewear every time you tan. Lastly, remember to remove jewelry to avoid unwanted tan lines!

Can I wear makeup?

For best results, remove all makeup before your session, but keep the lip balm! Lips can burn easily. Use a lip balm with SPF to help prevent dryness and discomfort.

When should I start building my base tan?

We recommend establishing your base tan over ten days to achieve the best color.

How often should I tan?

There’s no need to overdo it. It’s not necessary to tan every day. We offer tanning equipment that can maintain your tan in as little as 24 minutes a month! If you’re looking for Vitamin D, up to 15 minutes of UV exposure 2-4 times a week is more than enough to get your fix for an entire week!

How can I extend the life of my tan?

Keep skin moisturized and use a tanning extender specifically formulated for sunbed tanning.

Is Sunbed Tanning Regulated?

Yes, and we’re sticklers for the rules. Indoor tanning is regulated in the State of Illinois by the Public Health Department. At Unlimited Tan, we follow all Health Department guidelines to minimize overexposure.

Is indoor tanning different than outdoor tanning?

Developing a tan is the body’s natural way to protect against sunburn. Your body receives the same UV light from indoor tanning beds as it does from outdoor sunlight.

Why is indoor tanning better?

It helps eliminate the guesswork. Location, weather, and time of day make sunburn prevention difficult when tanning outdoors.

Any safety tips?

Stop tanning if your skin begins to sting. This can indicate overexposure to UV rays. If you feel like you have been overexposed, use an aloe-based lotion or gel as soon as possible.

What is Vitamin D?

– Vitamin D is a nutrient created naturally within our bodies when our skin is exposed to UVB light.
– People with light skin can create as much as 10,000-20,000 units of Vitamin D in their bodies with a single 10-15 minute full-body exposure to direct summer, noonday sunlight.
– Dark-skinned individuals may require more exposure.
– Studies show as many as 77% of Americans and 97% of Canadians are Vitamin D deficient.

Why is Vitamin D so important?

Vitamin D is well known for bone and muscle strength. A growing body of evidence has shown that adequate blood levels of Vitamin D are associated with good health and reduced total mortality. Having adequate blood levels of Vitamin D has been linked to a decreased risk of chronic illnesses, including:

  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Stroke
  • Common Cancers (Breast, Colon, Prostate)
  • Autoimmune Disease (Multiple Sclerosis, Type I Diabetes)
  • Infectious Disease (Colds, Flu Viruses)

Who needs Vitamin D?

Everyone needs the sunshine vitamin. Specific people who may need more Vitamin D are those who:

  • Have dark skin
  • Live and work indoors
  • Do not spend much time in the sun
  • Live in areas where sunlight is limited, like Chicago

Where Do You Get Vitamin D?

Many people with little exposure to UV Light find it difficult to obtain adequate Vitamin D from other sources. Sources of Vitamin D include:

  • UV Light, 10-20 minute exposure = 10,000-20,000 IU
  • Cod Liver Oil, 1 tsp = 400 IU
  • Salmon, Fresh Wild 3.5oz = 600 IU
  • Salmon, Fresh Farmed 3.5oz = 250 IU
  • Fortified Milk, 1 cup = 100 IU

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